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4 hours ago, eggsarascal said:

Watch her hesitate before see says barking dogs deter drones. I think it dawned on her that what she was reading was a crock of shite. I wonder who wrote it for her.

She might have been saying it for a bet.

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50 minutes ago, Stubby said:

Full choke and 4 shot . If they are any higher than a goose its a wast of time .

I am sure BB shot would work well. Dangerous at 450 yards according to this https://news.gov.mb.ca/news/archives/1959/10/1959-10-02-shotguns_can_kill_at_a_long_range.pdf

It says no.4 shot is dangerous at about 300 yards.

It says no.4 will go through a telephone directory at 40 yards whereas BB would probably put the telephone directory through the fence behind!

But you would need a calm person only shooting vertically to be safe and the pellets falling from above would be unlikely to hurt anyone.

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I wonder if anyone thought of following it with another drone with camera ?
I would have hoped that was the first thing they tried.

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31 minutes ago, Billhook said:

I am sure BB shot would work well. Dangerous at 450 yards according to this https://news.gov.mb.ca/news/archives/1959/10/1959-10-02-shotguns_can_kill_at_a_long_range.pdf

It says no.4 shot is dangerous at about 300 yards.

It says no.4 will go through a telephone directory at 40 yards whereas BB would probably put the telephone directory through the fence behind!

But you would need a calm person only shooting vertically to be safe and the pellets falling from above would be unlikely to hurt anyone.

Less shot in the pattern with BB though .

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58 minutes ago, felixthelogchopper said:

She might have been saying it for a bet.

Or, just maybe, she was talking nonsense.

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